Chipotle has long deliberately limited its menu to the basics: burritos, burrito bowls, tacos, and salads -- with a few notable extras, like chips and guac or queso on the side. And although people have demanded additional choices such as quesadillas, nachos, and the like for years, the burrito empire hasn't budged. Until now.
On Thursday, Chipotle officially revealed the future of its menu and, well, it more or less includes what you've been asking for all this time: quesadillas, nachos, avocado tostadas, upgraded salads, milkshakes, and margaritas. At its experimental test restaurant in New York, Next Kitchen, Chipotle Chief Marketing Officer Chris Brandt and Executive Chef Chad Brauze showed off the new menu items to reporters, saying each of the new foods are in various stages of the development process. None of them are rolling out to Chipotle locations nationwide. At least, not yet.